I got my bullseye to link when I first got it at home in the mail, a few days later when I got to the water it was dead. I sent their customer service an email with a photo of the package and a receipt, the next day I got an email from them saying their customer service email address had changed they gave me the new address and it doesn’t work. The app works fine, think twice about $30 for the bullseye, it’s supposed to have a warranty they don’t seem to want to honor. Overall 3 star rating combined.
I love your app but the one thing I don’t like about it is that you can not ad trailers to you Spinnerbait, Chatterbait, Jig, etc. Is there anyway to solve this problem?
I don’t want to get the clicker button for my vest or hat. I have a Apple Watch. Why can’t there be a marking button feature on it? Thanks!
The app recently just started talking up a lot of space on my phone. Not sure why but I still love it. Perfect for a co-angler like me
I got the app a while back and recently saw that I was able to add my kayak to the gear section! They had my brand, model, and even color! I was also able to add my PFD and Paddle to the kayak along with mods I’ve added! Really cool! Not to mention I got rewarded for adding my kayak!
Just wanted to say how much I enjoy Anglr and how I use it to scout duck holes. I live along the Tennessee River (Lake Guntersville). We have several Wildlife Management Areas that are popular among duck hunters; however, there are hundreds of WMA wetland acres inaccessible by duck boats. I’m an old school duck hunter, meaning I love to scout duck holes by foot if at all possible. I feel as if there is less of an impact on the ecosystem by doing so. I feel it unnecessary to need a hand held GPS system with today’s technology as everything I need is available through my cell phone and the Anglr App/Bullseye system. The beauty of the Anglr system is its simplicity. I simply start Fish Mode and input waypoints as needed. My course (log book) is automatically saved and I can go back to review my logs at any time. I find the “Play” function for each trip log entertaining as I can review exactly where I walked during my scouting trip. This system is money well spent! Thanks!
Have tried using this app for the past year. Great that it logs your catches and route on the lake map. But the app is buggy. Have gone through several replacements of the Bullseye device that continue to fail with minimal use and no abuse. Cannot edit water temp data if the gage does not provide it. Editing catches is cumbersome. Would write more but feel I have wasted enough time with this. Do not understand all the good reviews and am now looking for something else.
I have reloaded the app and still when I push the icon a screen comes up and then quickly goes back to my home screen. I have also tried to open in the App Store. No luck. I was really getting to like this app!
First, I like this app. I liked it so much that I went out and bought the Tracker and use it all the time - EXCEPT NOW!! For some reason the latest version of this app (released 6 days ago) will not open on my iPhone. Yes, I’m running the current iOS. Yes, I’m a subscriber. I’m going salmon fishing tomorrow morning and was opening Anglr to setup a new trip. But NOooooo.... I guess I’ll just have to leave my expensive Tracker at home. Oh... and for the love of Pete: someone over there add an entry for surf perch! It’s the most common saltwater fare fished for along the beaches of Oregon and Washington (and probably CA, but they don’t count j/k).
It works great!